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Sun, 03 Dec 2006 16:07:21 +0100
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Harald Hanche-Olsen wrote:
In my home directory I have a folder named .emacs.d (/home/Jan/.emacs.d)
but it doesn't contain a file named .emacs , it contains a folder called
/home/Jan/.emacs.d/auto-save-list containing no files.
+ Jan Brosius <address@hidden>:
| I am new to emacs. I use fedora Core 5 (64bit). I installed slime
| but it doesn't work. Perhaps I have inserted the lisp code in a
| wrong file. Where is my ~/.emacs file located?
In your home directory, named .emacs (new to linux/unix too?).
I have installed emacs with yum install emacs.
Do I have to create a .emacs file myself?
Thanks for any help.
- .emacs, Jan Brosius, 2006/12/03
- Re: .emacs, Harald Hanche-Olsen, 2006/12/03
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- Re: .emacs, Joost Kremers, 2006/12/03